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OnThisDay.com and Xiaomi Launch Content Partnership

OnThisDay.com and Xiaomi Launch Content Partnership


New Zealand based website OnThisDay.com, is proud to announce a partnership with Chinese mobile giant Xiaomi to display the site’s today in history content in Xiaomi’s calendar app. This service will be available for Xiaomi India users.


From November 2nd with the launch of the global version of its MIUI 9 operating system, Xiaomi’s calendar app will display a handful of significant events in history sourced from OnThisDay.com. Users will be able to click on any event for more information from OnThisDay.com or to access the site’s extensive list of historical events for that day in history.


Below is a screenshot from Xiaomi’s calendar app showing the new On This Day card with historical events from OnThisDay.com.


Xiaomi, the 5th largest global mobile phone producer is expanding its global footprint aggressively and has a presence in over 40 regions outside China.


For its part, OnThisDay.com is the world's largest, most accurate site for today in history. One of the most popular history based sites online, it is trusted by over two and a half million people a month.


Founder and Managing Editor of OnThisDay.com, James Graham says the partnership “is a great opportunity for the site to reach Xiaomi’s large user base in emerging markets, notably in India”.


About OnThisDay.com
OnThisDay.com is the world’s largest, most accurate site for today in history with over 209,000 historical events, famous birthdays, weddings, divorces and notable deaths. Based in Tauranga, New Zealand, OnThisDay.com receives over 2.5 million visitors a month and is ranked in the top 6,000 websites in the United States by web analytics company Alexa.


About Xiaomi
Xiaomi was founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur Lei Jun based on the vision “innovation for everyone”. We believe that high-quality products built with cutting-edge technology should be made accessible to everyone. We create remarkable hardware, software, and Internet services for and with the help of our Mi fans. We incorporate their feedback into our product range, which currently includes Mi and Redmi smartphones, Mi TVs and set-top boxes, Mi routers, and Mi Ecosystem products including smart home products, wearables and other accessories. With presence in over 40 countries and regions, Xiaomi is expanding its footprint across the world to become a global brand.

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